Feb 17 2003 by admin
WALNUT RIDGE – A sophomore from Paragould has been crowned the 2003 Miss Williams Baptist College. Sara Broadwater won the title Friday evening at the Miss WBC Pageant.
Feb 17 2003 by Guard Staff
Participants in the second annual Polar Bear Plunge were lucky to have a fairly warm day Saturday, compared to the cold Sunday that followed.
The Independence County 4-H Horse Club met Feb. 2 in Newark with 14 members, two leaders and six adult guests present.
Two Izard County state legislators have teamed up to address the state’s education problems.
Georgia “Tinsy” Hurley Perrin, 75, of Batesville died Saturday, Feb. 15, 2003, at a Batesville nursing home.
February is not only the month for groundhogs to look for their shadow, but it is also the month when students participate in the Arkansas Groundhog Job Shadow Day.
JONESBORO – David Anderson Rowe of Batesville, a senior at Southside High School, has accepted a President’s Scholarship to attend Arkansas State University in Jonesboro next fall.
WASHINGTON (AP) – Retired Gen.
MELBOURNE – Ozarka College Licensed Practical Nursing student Kim Emerson, a Mount Pleasant resident, spoke to the Arkansas State Senate in Little Rock Jan. 29.
They shuffled their feet, wrenched their hands, swayed nervously back and forth and the tension on their faces clearly stood out in the crowd.
Feb 17 2003 by Scott Russell
They bought it with no questions asked.
Feb 14 2003 by admin
Dr. Edward N. Mosley, the J. Paul Smith Professor of Mathematics at Lyon College, will present a public lecture at 11 a.m. Tuesday in the Derby Center auditorium.